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From Ilia Iourovitski <iiou...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: JMeter and OpenSTA
Date Tue, 11 Jun 2002 21:05:52 GMT
Can you mention TestMaker too.
http://www.pushtotest.com/ptt

Ilia
--- Martin Ramshaw <mramshaw@alumni.concordia.ca>
wrote:
> >I'm in the process of evaluating JMeter and
> OpenSTA. I need to select
> >one tool amongst them. Has anyone compared these
> two tools, or knows
> >of any document describing the comparison amongst
> these two.
> 
> I'm currently updating some of JMeter's docs
> (including the 'My Boss wants
> me to ...' part, which I wrote) and would be glad to
> include any conclusions
> you may come to. The 'My Boss wants me to ...' part
> also includes some
> discussion about alternatives to JMeter, but it is
> only available with the
> current CVS source-code checkout. One part I am
> adding to this document
> is some comments about 'HttpUnit', which is another
> product that is worth
> a look.
> 
> After a five-second web search, OpenSTA is based on
> Corba and offers
> HTTP profiling only (a database profiler is also
> available, but not free. It 
> is limited to Oracle, SyBase, and Microsoft
> databases).
> 
> 	Regards
> 
> 
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